The Lebanese Businessmen Association (RDCL) was established in 1986. Its main objective was to defend the economic liberalism and the interests of private enterprise. Today, it numbers about 300 businessmen and managers from all sectors of the Lebanese economy.
Its activities are aimed on a national level at the public sector. It is a reflection of the deep conviction that the private sector must coordinate with the public sector in its mission founded on socio-economic development.
The RDCL has progressively asserted itself as an organisation representing the Lebanese private sector, thus becoming a credible speaker in the local and foreign political, economic and social circles.
(last updated: 09-September-2003)
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